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EDM fans may soon be treated to a union long overdue. SLANDER and Illenium have always had highly compatible styles of future bass and melodic dubstep. If a recent tweet serves as any indication, a collaboration between both acts appears to be in the works.

SLANDER, a duo consisting of Derek Andersen and Scott Land, hinted at the prospect of an Illenium collab today. While they didn't come out and say it, it's hard to interpret the below tweet as meaning anything else: 

From Seven Lions to YOOKiE to NGHTMRE, SLANDER's list of collaborators has grown by the month. They even teamed up with the latter artist on Gud Vibrations, a record label of their 2015 single's namesake. Being that Illenium (real name Nicholas Miller) just revealed that he will play Madison Square Garden in 2019, he may turn out to be their highest-profile collaboration yet.

At the time of writing, neither SLANDER nor Illenium have revealed a title or release date for any upcoming collaboration.

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